Partners throughout Coventry and Warwickshire are coming together to mark World Mental Health Day (WMHD) in a series of events across the region on Wednesday 10 October. Mental health problems affect one in four people, yet too often people are afraid to talk about their experiences because they fear the response and stigma they may experience.
More than a 100 people joined together this week in Coventry to look at the threat from terrorism and how to make local people more resilient to extremism.
Permission to appeal last Friday’s Court of Appeal judgment for a second Judicial Review into the sale of the Ricoh Arena four years ago has been refused.
Coventry City Council, together with 15 neighbouring council fostering services, has been nominated for an award for its latest fostering film.
Councillors are set to consult the public on progressing a feasibility study which might see the former Woodlands School site become an education and sports village.
The Leader of Coventry City Council has called on the owners of the Sky Blues to end their campaign of legal action.
World Record holder, Kare Adenegan, was presented with a Good Citizen Award by Coventry’s Deputy Lord Mayor, earlier today.
Four people who between them have dedicated decades of service to the city of Coventry are set to be honoured.
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Top local doctors are urging people aged over 65 to protect themselves from flu with the new vaccine.
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Residents in care homes across Coventry are taking part in a new service – one which makes it easy and more efficient for medical staff to keep them comfortable if they need to go into hospital.
Public Health's annual report for 2017/18 has been published.
Volunteers call to help homeless people back on their feet at city event.
As part of the work undertaken by the Council’s internal auditors in 2017/18, they have identified £350k in overpayments.
Organisers of the Coventry Half Marathon are opening entries for an expanded Festival of Running for the 2019 event.
Stoptober, the 28-day stop smoking challenge from Public Health England, is up and running! If you're taking part in Stoptober this year, we wish you the best of luck on your quitting journey.
Moor Farm Stables Equestrian Centre in Corley Moor, Coventry has been able to expand its business thanks to the Coventry and Warwickshire Skills 4 Growth Project.
Coventry City Council carried out its annual Adult Social Care survey in beginning of this year.
This is the 13th year of the Coventry Inspiration Book Awards and they continue to develop and change to reflect the needs of Coventry Schools.
The Year 6 Library Quiz has being running in the city for many years and hundreds of children have benefitted from this experience.
Coventry City Council’s Switch and Save Scheme returns again, helping residents save money on their energy bills.
The reigning champions of a television talent show will officially launch the festive season in Coventry.
Officers from the Council’s Trading Standards service, together with the Police, raided a local car boot sale just before it opened to the public.
Dozens of primary school children and volunteers have planted trees to create a community orchard in the gardens of one of Coventry’s finest medieval buildings.
From 1 October there will be changes to the licensing criteria for private properties described as houses in multiple occupation (HMO).
Coventry will be on the route of the second largest road cycling event next May, during its year as City of Sport.
Coventry Youth Offending Services are looking for volunteers to help young people who have committed crime to make positive changes to their lives and prevent further offending.
Players from Coventry Rugby Football Club have teamed up to raise awareness of free support for people to give up smoking ahead of Stoptober, the national stop smoking campaign.